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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman Journal Dublin, Ireland Saturday, July 7, 1764 IRELAND Cork, July 2. This Day Boyle Travers, Esq; was elected Mayor; and Henry Wrixon and William
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      Freeman Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      Saturday, July 7, 1764

      IRELAND
      Cork, July 2. This Day Boyle Travers, Esq; was elected Mayor; and Henry
      Wrixon and William Butler, Esquire, Sheriffs of this City for the ensuing Year.
      Saturday arrived at Cove, His Majesty's Frigate Hussar, 28 Guns, Captain
      Smith from a Cruise.

      DUBLIN
      Thursday the ?th Instant, being Quarter Day of the Corporation of
      Carpenters of the City of Dublin, John Cavanagh of Barrack-Street Mason, a
      Freeman of the said Corporation, was disfranchised and deprived of his Freedom
      thereof, for divers Offences and Misbehaviours by him committed in Violation of
      the Oath of a Freeman of the said Corporation, and at the same Time it was
      unanimously ordered by the said Corporation, that a Petition be presented to the
      Lord Mayor, Sheriffs, Commons and Citizens of the said City, at the next Quarter
      Assembly, praying that the said John Cavanagh, may be deprived of his Freedom of
      the City of Dublin.
      The same Day, Mr. John Wilson Mason was re-elected into the Office of
      Master of said Corporation, for the ensuing Year.
      We hear that the Corporation of Bricklayers of the City of Dublin, at their
      next quarterly Meeting, intend to follow the Example of the Corporation of
      Carpenters, in disfranchising the said John Cavanagh.
      As Five or Six young Men were looking at the Salmon-leap near Leixslip, by
      some Accident John M'Collom, a young Man of a most excellent Character,
      Apprentice to Mr. William Fleming, of Sycamore-alley, Book-binder, fell into the
      Liffey and was unhappily drowned.
      MARRIAGES.] A few Days ago, at Corke, Mr. William Atkins of Passage to Miss
      Beech of said Place.-- Henry Palmer, of Cloghan, Esq. to Miss Stevenson, of
      Birr.-- Mr. Andrew Reynolds, an eminent Silk Weaver, to Miss Margaret Davis.--
      Mr. George Phipps, of Capel-street, to the Widow Brenan of Eustace-street.
      DEATHS.- A few Days ago, at Cork, Mrs. Molloy; and Mr. Henry Harding,
      Clothier.-- Sunday last, Mr. Jacob Poole, of Black-pits, an Eminent Brewer.---At
      Rush, the Rev. John Blachford.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
      http://www.IrelandOldNews.com/
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